Education - Fulton


Fulton Police ask for public's help regarding 2005 homicide

Fulton Police are asking anyone who knew Shawnda Rena Reed at the time of her death in 2005 or anyone who has information about her death to contact the Fulton Police Department.

Missouri Department of Conservation to host day with wildlife at Fulton High School

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will host a day with wildlife from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28. The event, which is free and open to the public, will have activities and opportunities for anyone interested in learning more about the state’s mammals and fish.

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Auxvasse kicks off 55th annual Loafer’s Week

Monday kicked off the 55th Annual Loafer’s Week — a community reunion event held each year in the city. Click to see photos and for more information.

Westminster men bow to Spalding in season-finale

The Blue Jays’ five-point halftime lead couldn’t hold up in their season-ending 63-55 SLIAC loss to the Golden Eagles on Saturday.

Johnson, William Woods men oust Park in overtime

Junior forward DJ Johnson’s double-double lifted the Owls to a 78-72 American Midwest Conference overtime win over the Pirates on Saturday in their home finale.

Westminster women tumble to Spalding in SLIAC play

The Lady Blue Jays went scoreless in the final 2 minutes, 40 seconds of their 91-82 SLIAC overtime loss to the Lady Golden Eagles in Saturday’s regular-season finale.

William Woods women best Park in AMC comeback win

The Lady Owls erased a 17-point second-half deficit to outlast the Lady Pirates 65-60 in American Midwest Conference play in Saturday’s home finale at Anderson Arena.

South Callaway boys beat Eugene for share of SMC title

The Bulldogs claimed a share of the Show-Me Conference title with a 76-71 overtime win over the Eagles to close the regular season on Saturday.

Lady Wildcats topple Vienna in Class 2, District 8 opener

A good start to the game helped the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats get off to a good start in district play.

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Hornets' McClure, Benner, Clines bring home state titles

Josh McClure, Zach Benner and Trenton Clines collaborated to carry out a remarkable program first for the Fulton Hornets wrestling team. The Fulton juniors’ extraordinary night, though, was almost upstaged by a tense, dramatic sprint to the finish between the Hornets and perennial power Oak Grove for the Class 2 team title.

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New Bloomfield, South Callaway discuss technology integration

New Bloomfield Schools consider part-time technology coordinator position

South Callaway instructional coaches and math teachers sat down with two New Bloomfield math teaches Monday and discussed how South Callaway utilizes iPads and technology in its classrooms. The New Bloomfield school district is considering designating a teacher to serve as a part time technology coordinator.

No. 19 Lady Owls softball team falls to Friends

The No. 19 Lady Owls managed just six hits in their 11-0 five-inning loss to the Lady Falcons in the backhalf of a doubleheader on Saturday.

Two Fulton residents admit to stealing scrap metal from city water department

Two Fulton residents admitted to stealing scrap metal from the Fulton Water Department, according to a Fulton Police Department press release.

Moore’s Mill Battlefield closer to being listed as historic

The Moore’s Mill Battlefield in Calwood is one step closer to being listed on the National Register of Historic Places after the Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation unanimously voted for nomination Friday.

New Bloomfield FFA receives grant for trail project

The Missouri Department of Agriculture awarded the New Bloomfield R-III school district’s FFA chapter a $500 Building Our American Communities grant. The FFA chapter will use the money to help fund the next phase of its nature trail project.